If you are not completely satisfied with this book for any reason, you can mail a picture of you NOT READING this book -- plus a copy of your receipt and maybe a handwritten note explaining why you think this is the worst boating book ever -- to Slip None, Whittaker Creek, Oriental, North Carolina. There is no one at that address, but sometimes it helps to vent.
Speaking of venting...if you own a boat, you know what the author is talking about. If you DO NOT own a boat, what are you waiting for, a sign? Okay, here's one sign: Salt water covers over 71% of the earth’
You might also be broke, permanently deformed from living in spaces the size of a Tupperware bread box, have a dent in your skull from banging your forehead into the companionway hatch, and exude from your body such an aromatic stench that even mosquitoes vector away when you walk down the dock.
You may also be divorced.
Praise for Hard Aground, Again
"Been there done that. So satisfying to see I am not the only one! Fun read. I can completely relate to some of the situations. And see how to avoid, I hope, others!" ~ Robert D Stoltenberg
"A good read for anyone that needs a laugh." ~ V.Kurtz
"If you sail in the shallow coastal areas of North Carolina's shifting sands, groundings happen. Sometimes it's bump and run, but often though, you will find yourself hard aground. Eddie's book, Hard Aground Again, is a humorous and lighthearted look at "taking sandbar soundings with the keel," at boat ownership, and at the cruising life." ~ Brad Banks, NC sailor